After a report surfaced that former Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake was retiring, his agent came out and stated it was not true.
Paul Sheehy of ProStar Sports refuted the report and said that his client has no intentions of retiring, and instead we’ll get to see the seemingly ageless Wake “harass QBs some more” in 2020.
The 38-year-old was signed to a three-year, $23 million contract in 2019 by the Titans. He played in nine games and totaled 2.5 sacks before succumbing to an injury and being placed on Injured Reserve. He was one of four cuts made by the Titans last week.
Prior to joining the Titans last season, Wake played for the Dolphins for 10 seasons. He totaled double-digit sacks in five of them, while also being voted to the Pro Bowl five times and notching one First-Team All-Pro selection.
During his career, Wake has compiled an impressive 100.5 sacks, which is even more eye-opening when you consider he started his NFL tenure at the age of 27. He played in the CFL before joining Miami in 2009.
Whenever he does decide to hang up his cleats, Wake should be a no-doubt Hall of Famer. But for now, opposing quarterbacks still have to fear him on Sundays.